Sounds like a good time to me! Seems like we might want to give more than a day for the turns, though, if we want to come up with good ideas and quality prose. That example game sets the bar pretty high.
...and now I'm going to pepper you with questions.
Are you envisioning this game working like the example insofar as we each take on the role of some competing faction, and append some biased commentary to each of our objective enycylopedic entries?
Is it going to be scored, or no?
Is the topic you suggested one that's been used before, or is that an option for our game?
Are we going to know before each round starts what the subjects of other peoples' articles are?
Is there a way to deal with contradictory information that comes up in one round?
And, just so I can feel like I'm contributing something, a suggestion (which is assuming a yes to the first question, I guess):
The players are delegates to the peace conference at Toricaphalos that will decide the the distribution of land and damages to be paid by the various states who were party to the bloody Forty Thrones War of RSC 445-449.
Police said they spent some time working out if they could charge the man with being armed with a weapon, as technically he was armed with part of a fish.